Thoughts I had While Watching Westworld Season 2, Episode 6

Back to future past. Or just the past past? Um what? Oooooooh boy. Has she been in charge this whole time? He’s an experiment too? Is she trying to bring back Arnold? —- Are we going to like reboot boyfriend? Is this darkest timeline Teddy? He sounds like some meninist: “that man was weak and bound to fail.” That wasn’t helpful! Don’t do that. —- … Continue reading Thoughts I had While Watching Westworld Season 2, Episode 6

Thoughts I had While Watching Westworld Season 2, Episode 3

Colonialism world? Do we really need this particular robot park? Is there a creepy guy is every one of these parks? Watch her be a robot too. This is a really awkward thing to talk about while hooking up. Ok, the architecture/interiors in this park are definitely schmancier than Westworld. Has she been meandering around in heels this whole time? Hey! Do you do that … Continue reading Thoughts I had While Watching Westworld Season 2, Episode 3

Thoughts I had While Watching Westworld Season 2, Episode 2

Oh man, I forgot about so many of these people. Our world? Danger, danger Will Robinson. Oooh we’re way in the past. Showing off the prototypes. I wish I could walk as gracefully as a robot in heels. I walk more like a chicken-dinosaur. This house is designed like a fancy hotel circa 1960. Her close-ups look suspiciously like a Glossier ad. The brow, the … Continue reading Thoughts I had While Watching Westworld Season 2, Episode 2

Thoughts I had While Watching Westworld Season 2, Episode 1

The old Dolores can’t come to the phone right now, she’s dead. Secret Hemsworth! Some mad ops here. Also what is that boat? Is that the kind of boat future fancy people have? Other Skarsgard! He looks less Viking-y. Wait, island? Has this been an island the whole time? Other park, you say? Wait what are he doing here in the field, where it isn’t … Continue reading Thoughts I had While Watching Westworld Season 2, Episode 1

BBC America, “Copper”, and Haberdashery

Against my better judgement, I watched the season opener of BBC America’s Copper. The show is, as far as I can tell, about a rough and tumble detective named Kevin Corcoran in 1864 New York. I was wary to watch it because the commercials made it look like the BBC interpreted 19th century New York City (i.e. the biggest city/most urban area in the United … Continue reading BBC America, “Copper”, and Haberdashery